Feds triple-down on voluntary approach to self-driving car regulations

“By continuing to allow manufacturers to test whatever technology they want, wherever they want, and promoting industry-written voluntary standards while failing to issue mandatory government standards, DOT (Department of Transportation) is making the long-term public acceptance of AV technology less likely,” said Jason Levine, executive director of the nonprofit Center …

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December News

  When CBS Evening News, the Washington Post, the Detroit Free Press, Automotive News, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, or local TV News stations across the country need to turn to a reliable, consumer focused, car safety expert why is The Center for Auto Safety so often their first call? It’s simple really: Since 1970 we have been an …

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Center for Auto Safety Calls on Seven Major Cities, Maryland and Michigan to Prohibit Taxis with Unrepaired Recalls from Carrying Passengers

For Immediate Release December 23, 2019 Contact: Jason Levine, jlevine@autosafety.org, 202-328-7700 Center for Auto Safety Calls on Seven Major Cities, Maryland and Michigan to Prohibit Taxis with Unrepaired Recalls from Carrying Passengers Today, the Center for Auto Safety sent letters to the city governments of Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Washington, D.C., …

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Center for Auto Safety Calls on NHTSA to Reject GM’s Fourth Incomplete Petition Regarding Takata Airbag Inflators

December 19, 2019 Today, the Center for Auto Safety submitted a letter to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in response to General Motors’ (GM) fourth submission of additional information relating to GM’s Petition for Inconsequentiality regarding defective Takata airbag inflators in millions of their vehicles, including some of GM’s …

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